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Apr 2, 2008
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Windows Vista SP1 Language Packs (MUI) 32-bit (x86) Unofficial Downloads

Windows Vista Ultimate and Enterprise editions’ license EULA allows installation of MUI (Multilingual User Interface) language packs to translate and change UI display language to another language for menus and dialogs. With MUI, users can switch display languages without reinstalling Windows Vista. However, with the release of Service Pack 1, the MUIs meant for Windows Vista RTM can no longer be installed with the following error message.
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Apr 2, 2008
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How to Install MUI Language Files in Windows Vista

Multilingual user interface (MUI) language packs in Windows Vista enables users to change the language Windows uses to display text in wizards, dialog boxes, menus, and other items in the user interface. Every Windows Vista system actually run on a display language that installed while setup Windows Vista. To change or switch to other different display languages, additional MUI language packs have to be installed.
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Apr 2, 2008
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How to Change the Display Language (Including Welcome Screen) in Windows Vista

The display language is the language that Windows uses in wizards, dialog boxes, menus, Help and Support topics, and other items in the user interface (UI). In Windows Vista, additional display languages in MUI (Multilingual User Interface Language Pack) can be installed by users of Windows Vista Ultimate and Enterprise editions (other editions allow only one display language). When there is more than one languages installed, users can change and switch display language using steps below.
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Mar 31, 2008
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Windows Vista Built-in Quick Launch Folder Keyboard Shortcuts and Accelerators

Quick Launch folder is a bar column that located right beside Start Menu on the taskbar. Quick Launch folder, or Quick Launch bar which shows only icons, provides easy access to commonly used shortcuts or commands. Some default items or shortcuts that located in the Quick Launch Bar including Show desktop, Launch Internet Explorer, and in Windows Vista, Switch between windows.
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Mar 31, 2008
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Windows Vista Product Key for Simplified Chinese Is Not Transferable to Other Language

Looking to buying Windows Vista or computer running Windows Vista operating system in China, which is extraordinary cheap compared with price in Unite States, and then use the product key to install other language version of Windows Vista, such as English? If this is your intention, probably the only choice is Windows Vista Ultimate edition, which allows users to install multiple or more than one display languages for user interface in Windows Vista.
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Mar 31, 2008
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How to Change Icon of Shortcut in Windows Vista

Similar to Windows XP, each shortcut in Windows Vista has its own individual icon that represent the shortcut, and can be changed by users according to their preference. The shortcut icon personalization is easily accomplished and can be done by everyone. The more difficult task is to get a graphic or image that truly visually outstanding and be loved, but Windows Vista does come with several default icons can be used freely.
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Mar 29, 2008
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How to Disable Windows Vista CD or DVD Drive Auto Eject or Open Feature

When click on CD writer or DVD writer drive icon or letter in Windows Vista, the optical drive disc tray will automatically eject or open, for users to put in a CD or DVD disc. The CD or DVD drive will also auto eject when users sending files to the CD/DVD writer to burn to disc. When the optical drive is auto ejected or opened, the following dialog appear, asking users to insert a disc into drive.
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Mar 29, 2008
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Windows Vista SP1 To Force Install on Windows Update as ‘Critical’ from April 18

Windows Vista SP1 provides much needed improvement, enhancements and bug fixes to Windows Vista since official RTM release in early 2007, such as system startup time, faster file copying operation speed and general improvement to system compatibility, performance and stability. In other word, the first service pack for Windows Vista is a must for all Vista system, and clearly Microsoft does think so too.
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